Few things are more frustrating than clogged plumbing, leaking pipes, or broken water heaters. At Accurate HVAC and Plumbing, we take care of all your various plumbing and water problems so that your home or business continues to run smoothly year round. Our expert plumbers repair and replace water heaters, toilets, faucets, disposals, sinks, clear clogged drains and repair all types of leaks and breaks. At Accurate HVAC, we provide scheduled plumbing services.
At Accurate HVAC, we handle all types of plumbing remodeling, from new construction to revising your existing home's plumbing installations. We specialize in kitchen and bathroom plumbing remodeling projects and do new home plumbing and existing home plumbing installations. Our professional Sales team will meet with you to discuss budget and provide an estimate and options to complete your project.
Accurate HVAC, is the best plumbing contractor to perform maintenance work on your existing unit or to provide and install a new gas or tankless water heater. We provide professional grade water heaters at up front and affordable prices. Accurate HVAC uses the best gas and tankless water heaters. We only use professional quality replacement parts for repairs and guarantee our workmanship and products. (We do NOT install Electric Tankless water heaters only GAS- too expensive to run electric tankless.).
Most traditional water heaters maintain a large amount of water at a constant heated temperature stored in a holding tank. This consumes a great deal of energy during periods of time when you don't need hot water. Tankless water heaters go into action the moment you require hot water, which is heated instantly as it travels through the tankless water heaters heating system, being delivered continuously and on demand only when you need it. Since it only consumes energy when being actively used, it saves you on your home energy costs and is an environmentally friendly option for your home.
A sump pump is a device that pumps water out of a pit placed below the water grade in your home. This pit is located usually at the end point of the french drains installed in or around your home's basement. When it rains or snow starts to melt, water fills the pit and the sump pump turns on and pumps the water out of the pit into a drain simply piped outside away from your home. Because a sump pump is often submerged in water, it should be checked and tested once a year to ensure it still operates. If the sump pump fails it could lead to flooding your basement and do costly damages.